Congratulations to the Charleston (SC) Friends of the Library and the LGBT Center of Raleigh Library! They are two of the seven winners this year of $1,000 grants from the Freedom to Read Foundationâ€™s Judith F. Krug Memorial Fund for events celebrating Banned Books Week this fall. Charleston will focus on the recent state legislature censorship of Alison Bechdelâ€™s Fun Home. Money from the grant will partly be used for a public event of censored music and a selection from the bookâ€™s stage version. Raleigh Library will celebrate Banned Books Week for the first time with discussions of LGBT-themed banned and challenged books; an open mic night Read-OutÂ featuring passages from Two Boys Kissing and The Perks of Being a Wallflower; and a display of banned and challenged books at the North Carolina Pride Festival.